The Crow's Nest Inn and Restaurant
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... the time, and it was actually 7:15 am.
A cup of coffee and a beautiful walk in the woods set me right. Addie made a new friend, Sunny, and I had a very pleasant chat with Sunny's person. She was doing a brisk power walk, so I got some good exercise in addition to a lively discussion about health care, education and big data. You meet the most interesting people walking the dog.
Next up was WEBS - America's Yarn Store. I had heard about ...
... to the library to find it among the original FDR files. We cross our fingers that they will succeed.
On our last night at the Newburgh, New York, KOA we introduced ourselves to our neighbors, Hector and Maggie. In conversation we learned that Hector is a retired NYC detective, while Maggie works at the Sheraton Times Square hotel. They passed on some hints as to what to see and how to get half-price theatre ...
... they would have known then, so anything they say is equivalent to their time period. That place was very interesting. We had to leave early to continue the journey. After this we travelled two miles to Plimoth rock where they had the Mayflower 2 that was built in Brixham in the seventies and sailed across to be based here. They have people on board here telling the story of the original voyage, they had originally set out with ...
... and now also borders Sebonack Golf Club, which opened in 2006.Construction of the golf course was supervised by Seth Raynor, a local civil engineer from Long Island who went on to design several golf courses of his own, including the Fishers Island Club. The National Golf Links of America was selected as the host of the 2013 Walker Cup in September 2008.In 2009, "The National" was ranked 15th in ...
... Daisy" - code for a wizened local, law abiding gastropod who used his rear view mirror just once to see how good he looked as he was getting to where he was going. For the last ten miles of our journey Deputy Droopalong hovered magically to one mile below the 35 mile an hour speed limit, on a road where winding, blind bends and unbroken double-yellow lines extended an invitation to pass only to the immediate family and friends of crash test dummies. This was significant due to ...